Indianapolis-based Office360 is planning to add 30 jobs in the next five years as part of a $765,000 investment. The office solutions and supply company, which currently employs more than 90, says it will add sales, administrative, warehouse and delivery positions.
Plans call for Office360 to add equipment to modernize its information technology infrastructure. In 2012, it exceeded the hiring targets of an expansion that called for 25 new workers.
Principal Steve Nahmias says "we are very fortunate to be based in Indiana. Its central location and pro-business climate - including its reasonable taxes and fair-minded regulations - allow us to succeed and grow with confidence. What’s more, Indiana’s workforce is second-to-none. Hoosiers understand the benefits of working with a progressive, local supplier."
Office360 has been offered up to $235,000 in conditional tax credits and training grants through the Indiana Economic Development Corp.
By Anthony Harcourt Portfolio Manager, Bedel Financial Consulting Inc.
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